Three notable wells completed by Chesapeake in the Haynesville during the 2009 second quarter are as follows:

The CLD 23 H-1 in Caddo Parish, LA commenced production on June 22, 2009 and achieved a peak rate of 29.1 mmcfe per day and a pipeline-constrained first 30-day average rate of 15.3 mmcfe per day.

The Frith 29 H-1 in De Soto Parish, LA commenced production on June 27, 2009 and achieved a pipeline-constrained peak rate of 23.7 mmcfe per day and a pipeline-constrained first 30-day average rate of 14.2 mmcfe per day.

The Chesapeake Royalty LLC 30 H-1 in De Soto Parish, LA commenced production on June 27, 2009 and achieved a pipeline-constrained peak rate of 22.6 mmcfe per day and a pipeline-constrained first 30-day average rate of 15.2 mmcfe per day.

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Thanks so much for that info....it's someone else I've tried to study to death with little results. I had figured maybe 4 to 12 in total so that 8 makes sense. Thanks again.
Great! More money for them to invest!
Skip, that's awesome info....I've been trying to figure that out forever. I know it's not exact for all but it's something to work with. Thanks.
You're welcome, Logan. All of us who receive, or hope to receive, royalty income should understand the nature of that income so that we can plan accordingly.
Thanks Les.
This is really great! Congratulations to those who royalty intrest!
The Chesapeake press release today contained a graph that illustrated an updated decline curve with an 85% decline rate for year one.
I think I finally figured out to how to load this file. In any event, this is the decline curve graph that was included in the Chesapeake press release today.
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Has anyone had experience with the royalty calculator at this site, which is supposedly based on decline rates in the Barnett?

http://www.palandowner.com/royaltycalculator.php

If the decline rate is 85% for Haynesville, then how far off are
these estimates?
JNP. I first year decline for the Barnett that I use is 56%. Which is probably in the ball park for Marcellus Shale wells in Pennsylvania. This calculator would probably over state HS royalty by ~50%.
Sorry....the above royalty calculator is for Pennsylvania...not Barnett!
Awesome news no doubt, these results are very close to my own interests.

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